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Accident causes building flood by Chelsea Erven cerven@unm.edu The Anthropology Annex basement flooded with gray water Sept. 1, leaving several archaeology labs ruined, graduate student and faculty labs unusable, and a basement ceramics class without a classroom. Mike Tuttle, manager of UNM’s Risk Management department, said Custom Grading Inc., the company McCarthy Building Companies Inc. contracted to build the new Science and Technology building next to the Anthropology Annex, made a mistake. He said McCarthy Building Companies’ insurance company will reimburse UNM for damages. “It’s going to take a few months to sort out, but it was just one of those accidents,” he said. “They felt bad about it, and they want to make it right,” he said. An incident report McCarthy filed said a grading operation caused the flood. Custom Grading covered up a manhole without notifying McCarthy or UNM, according to the report. In the next 24 hours, the sewer water backed up to the Anthropology Annex and flooded the basement. As soon as the problem was discovered, the manhole was vacuumed out and flow resumed. “Sometime during the day on Aug. 30, Custom Grading, Inc. was performing the rough grading activity on the southwest side of the new Science & Math Learning Center site,” the report said. “During the grading operation, one of the sewer manholes was displaced and a large quantity of

dirt filled the manhole.” The incident form also said the Anthropology Annex doesn’t have back check valves installed in its sewer system, which likely played a role in the flood. Wirt Wills, an anthropology professor, said the basement was filled with three to six inches of gray water that came up through drains in the floor. He said the Annex was built in 1930, and it has not undergone any major infrastructure renovations since it was built. “The basement floods almost every year. We actually lost one of our faculty members after a flood destroyed her lab and all the research she was working on,” Wills said. “There have been at least 10 major floods in the last 15 years, although this was the first flood to originate inside the building.” Wills and several graduate student volunteers spent two days moving research, equipment and artifact collections out of the basement and into storage, and he said faculty members and graduate students’ projects are stored, among other places, on office floors. Research has been temporarily halted, and faculty and graduate students are dispersed across campus. Wills said the flood ruined a DNA lab, and the ceramics class that was meeting in the basement will be will re-located. “We don’t currently have a timeline for repairs, but this has already been a major setback for research,” Wills said. “No one seems to be fixing the problem. We’ve requested upgrades, but I don’t think we are very high on anyone’s list.”

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Provost: Mexico unsafe by Barron Jones bjones36@unm.edu The Provost’s Office issued a Sept. 1 travel advisory in the wake of Mexico’s escalating violence. Provost Suzanne Ortega encouraged students planning to visit Mexico to educate themselves about possible dangers in the areas and to have emergency contacts. “UNM does not want to erect an academic wall by withdrawing or suspending activities from all areas Mexico in response to current security conditions,” Ortega said in the University-wide e-mail. “UNM has operated programs in Mexico for decades and has not had any reports of serious crimes against its faculty, staff or students since the onset of the ongoing wave of violence. However, the risks are real, and they vary from week to week.” Associate Journalism Professor Richard Schaefer said the provost

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sent the memo to make people aware of potential traveling hazards. UNM student Brittaney Cordova recently visited Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in May. She said she enjoyed visiting the area and didn’t allow media reports to limit her planned activities. “If I don’t put myself in bad situations, nothing bad will happen,” Cordova said. “Mexico has always been a place to take extra precaution.” Schaefer recently visited Michoacan, Mexico, as faculty adviser for Communication and Journalism’s Cross-Border Issues Group. The Cross-Border Issues Group studies policies and issues that affect the people of North and Central America. Schaefer said he did not feel threatened, but noticed that people he interacted with in Mexico were unusually nervous. Schaefer said friends and colleagues cautioned him against aggressive reporting that would offend government officials or criminals

enterprises, especially when dealing with migrant abuse issues. Schaefer compared the situation in Mexico to Chicago during prohibition, a time when widespread violence and a high murder rate consumed the city. He said the violence was isolated to participants of illegal activity. Schaefer said he worried about students behaving improperly, driving at night, getting sick and offending organized criminals. About 28,000 people have been killed since Mexican President Felipe Calderon declared war on drug cartels soon after he took office in late 2006, according to UN reports. A majority of those killed were either government representatives or cartel members. Even with those staggering numbers, Mexico’s murder rate per capita is mild compared to Colombia, South Africa, Jamaica, Venezuela and Russia, according to UN reports.

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The Afro American Experience by Eva Dameron eva.incognito@gmail.com Albuquerque native Scott Carreathers has been the director of African American Student Services, or the “Afro,â€? as the students call it, for eight years. The organization tends to the students’ needs, be them academic, financial, social or spiritual. DL: Even spiritual needs? SC: Even spiritual needs. That means you can refer students to local churches, or you can bring pastors here or you can host bible studies within African-American Student Services ‌ Our duty is to fulfill those needs in whatever way we can, whether we do that directly or through referrals or different things like that. ‌ That’s the ultimate goal: to graduate.

DL: So that’s a really personal thing you guys do here. SC: It’s almost a ministry and a mission, to be honest with you. And that’s perfect what you said; It is personal. It’s personal for all of us that we ensure that we do that. DL: You guys are like the surrogate parents. SC: That’s it. No, I think that’s perfect. That’s what we act as. We really do. Carreathers said his staff is the strongest advocate for students on campus. When students are having trouble in the classroom, someone from the “Afro� will go with the student to talk to the instructor, whether it’s about the grade or cultural sensitivity. Academic adviser Cherese Fine said she helps coordinate programs, workshops, presentations,

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cultural events for the “Afroâ€? and beyond. They focus on rĂŠsumĂŠ writing, job recruitment and partnerships with the Black Graduate and Professional Students Association. “We do the Winter Roots Festival every December, just an endof-the-year celebration,â€? she said. “In February we have the black cultural conference. It’s usually a host of series of events. We have a speaker, and a gospel night where we bring in a gospel choir. It ranges each year, the stuff that we do.â€? Carreathers said if these centers weren’t here, it would be an “interesting pictureâ€? for minorities. He said there are 850 African Americans on campus, and his goal is to increase that number to 1,000 or more by 2015. “I think UNM is one of those gems that people don’t know about, so we got to get those messages out,â€? he said. DL: We can do this off the record, but what did you think about the whole Locksley thing? SC: Obviously, it was very unfortunate on a whole lot of levels. What happened was very unfortunate. Very unfortunate that it was two African American men. For the University, it just didn’t look good. But the fact of the matter is I consider Mike a friend and I’m very supportive of him. I really believe that he has a really good vision for this

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UNM student Brittany Kelly said if she planned on going to Mexico, the provost’s warning would have affected her decision. “I thought it was good that they sent the letter out to let people know what’s going on,� Kelly said. The drug trade isn’t the only source of criminal activity that creates hostile conditions in Mexico. Schaefer said recent changes in U.S. immigration policy have forced citizens from Mexico and Central American countries to cross the border without documentation. Many of those people have turned to the region’s criminal organizations, which fabricate documentation or engage in human smuggling. Competition over these and other profitable activities among criminal organizations play an increasing role in Mexico’s violence. The provost’s memo listed several helpful websites for prospective travelers. UNM reserves the right to modify or cancel a trip at any time in the case of emergency or if the trip destination becomes the subject of a U.S. Department of State travel alert, travel warning or similar guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the memo said. In May 2009, UNM suspended all travel to Mexico because of the CDCP and World Health Organization’s level-5 warnings, prompted by the outbreak of the H1N1 flu.

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From the web In Tuesday’s letter to the editor, “Fire Locksley, so we can rebuild the team,” community member Sam Oden called for head football coach Mike Locksley’s resignation. Readers at DailyLobo.com debated the point: by ‘Dave’ Posted Tuesday “Look, it takes four years to build a program. Like it or not, you don’t want to set a precedent of firing coaches after one season. I mean, look at the youth on the team. Those guys will gain experience and skill over time. So if people aren’t knowledgeable enough to realize that it takes time to implement a new program (you don’t want him sticking with Rocky’s scheme do you?), then they’re not football fans. By the way, I’m from Wisconsin, and they went through it before Barry Alvarez was hired. Barry went 1-10 his first year, 0-8 in Big 10 conference play and went on to win three Rose Bowls during his 16 years at Wisconsin. He finished with a record of 118-73. Sure, Locks is a jerk, but so was Woody Hayes.” by ‘Ryan’ Posted Tuesday “I honestly feel sorry for the players that have to put up with having Locksley as a coach. He’s on a six-year contract, making $750K annually. Why the hell is my University investing $4.5 million in this? Especially when they ‘can’t afford to buy’ more than one pair of latex gloves per biology lab student.” by ‘Loboboy’ Posted Tuesday “The bozos are a very expensive hoax. It’s time to pull the plug on the entire football program.” by ‘regina’ Posted Tuesday “If we fire Locksley, they are just going to have to pay some guy even more, taking even more money from the University.” by ‘Dick Spade’ Posted Wednesday “UNM is lucky to (have) Locks. He brings national attention to the UNM Athletic Department. His boys on the field give it the old college try: 72-0 at Oregon. It could have been worse, say 100-0. UNM is doing the world a favor by keeping Locks on the payroll. As they say in Texas and Oklahoma, sh*t (Schmid) happens!” by ‘Lobo’ Posted Wednesday “Locksley is definitely a high-tempered coach who constantly feeds the media b.s. to make himself feel better about his lack of coaching. The players are constantly being tormented and threatened about losing their position on the team! A real coach finds ways to make the players want to play their role on the team, but not Locksley. Players don’t practice how they play; they play how they practice. Hint, hint.”

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Life on uneven ground by Hunter Riley opinion@dailylobo.com Editor’s Note: Lobos Abroad is a regular column written by Daily Lobo staff members studying in a different country this semester. It almost seemed like Concepción, Chile, didn’t want me to study abroad here. It started with an 8.8 magnitude earthquake Feb. 27 off the coast of Concepción, and it continued during my travels here; I had three flight cancellations. When I arrived in Concepción, I could see obvious signs of destruction, such as piles of rubble and broken glass on street corners, buildings with collapsed roofs and others that were broken in half. By far, the most shocking evidence of the recent earthquake is the aftershocks. Since I arrived, there have been five, to me, strong aftershocks. And I say this because to the Chileans, they are nothing. The second night in Concepción, I was staying at the house of a friend, Oscar Díaz, an exchange student at UNM last year. I was staying in the third story of his house. I felt a vibration that eventually got stronger and faster, and I ran downstairs in shock/fright as soon as it happened. “Did you feel that one?” his mother asked grinning. I told her that I had and that I thought I shouldn’t be in the third floor in case there were more. And that just made her and her other son laugh even more. They were both sitting in the dining room calmly reading and watching TV, as if the aftershock hadn’t happened. Chileans are accustomed to the ground shaking and vibrating every couple

There are streets in Concepción that are closed because of buildings that have collapsed on themselves, or in one case, the upper levels of a 20-story building are pancaked on one side. Many of these buildings are still sitting in destroyed states because there is so much work to be done and not enough demolition companies to do it. Also, some of the buildings are right in the middle of downtown, so it’s a difficult task trying to tear down structures without endangerHunter Riley in Concepción, Chile ing houses, buildings and days or weeks. “During the day after the earthquake, there people around them. It seems as though every sidewalk and were aftershocks all day. They never stopped,” road is being re-cemented. And construction my Spanish professor Camila told me when I is happening on every street corner and in evfirst arrived. For those who haven’t felt an earthquake, ery building. I live in the downtown part of Concepción, it’s like being on a boat going over large waves. The up-and-down movement isn’t as strong but when I venture out to the surrounding as the side-to-side, which generally causes suburbs such as Hualpencillo, the evidence of more damage in a strong earthquake. In my destruction is even more obvious. The hous19-story apartment building, I live on the 12th es are much shorter (two stories at most) and floor, where the temblors (aftershocks) are es- closer to the water. The damage is probably pecially strong. I have a wall in my apartment because of poorly built buildings that, to me, that alerts me whenever there is an aftershock. look more like wood huts with tin roofs. Volunteers help rebuild houses, and they It starts creaking as it moves back and forth. The Torre Alto Rio Building serves as the roam the streets getting donations from pemost glaring example of the destruction in destrians. If you want to donate money to the Concepción. It broke into two pieces, and relief efforts visit UnTechoParachile.cl. both pieces are horizontal on the ground. According to a paper, “February 27, 2010 Chile Earthquake Reconnaissance Team InvestigaRead Hunter’s blog at tion,” published by the Earthquake Engineeradiosabq.blogspot.com ing Research Institute, there are four buildings that completely collapsed in Chile and 50 buildings that needed to be demolished.


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PATS to advocate bike transport by Jonathon Cunningham jac32@unm.edu The UNM Parking and Transportation Services is launching a program to make alternative transportation more accessible. Danielle Gilliam, program coordinator for the Transportation Demand Management Programs, said UNM is considering implementing bicycle boulevards on campus, likely dropping the speed limit to 18 mph. “Parking and Transportation are advocates for bicycles on campus. In our brainstorming ... we’ve been working on this for a while, and would like some feedback on it,” Gilliam said. “The idea of making a part of Redondo a bicycle boulevard would entail traffic calming and putting up branded signage to notate that this is a shared road space.” Michael Pollikov, University planner and head of the bicycle program, said adding bike lanes to Buena

Vista Avenue and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue east of I-25, and installing mid-block pedestrian and cyclist activated crossings at Buena Vista Avenue, Central Avenue, Lomas Boulevard and Vassar Drive are among the improvements. Pollikov said these efforts are geared toward reducing student and faculty members’ dependence on cars. To date, ABQ Ride’s free bus pass program has been the most successful program, and students have taken advantage of the system, Gilliam said. The transportation department recorded nearly 1 million rides during the 2009-2010 school year. UNM also partners with ZipCar, a car-sharing program that allows people to rent cars by the hour. ZipCars memberships are available for $35 a year, or can be rented daily for $8 per hour. That includes gas and insurance. There are three cars available on campus, one by Coronado Hall, one at A Lot and one behind Scholes Hall.

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Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO — California’s governor does not have the legal duty to appeal the recent ruling that overturned the state’s same-sex marriage ban, a lawyer for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said Wednesday. In a letter requested by the California Supreme Court, counsel Andrew Stroud said the governor, “like any litigant, has complete discretion over his own litigation strategy, including whether or not to appeal an order.” The letter came in response to an effort by a conservative legal group to force Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Jerry Brown to challenge a federal judge’s Aug. 4 ruling that declared the voter-approved ban unconstitutional. The Pacific Justice Institute has

petitioned the Supreme Court to order the two officials to appeal Chief U.S. Judge Vaughn Walker’s decision to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The institute brought its motion on behalf of Joshua Beckley, a San Bernardino pastor. A midlevel state appeals court rejected a similar request last week without asking for Brown or Schwarzenegger’s input. But the high court invited them to weigh in on before it makes its decision. The institute maintains the attorney general and governor are required to defend all state laws, including those passed by voters. But Stroud said California law does not allow citizens to turn to the courts if they are unhappy with a lawful decision that is within a state official’s purview. “Here, the governor exercised his discretion and decided not

tow file an appeal,” he wrote. “Although Beckley may not agree with the manner in which the governor chose to exercise his discretion, he cannot compel a different result through this action.” Writing for Brown, Deputy Attorney General Tamar Pachter called the institute’s emergency petition “too little, too late.” Pachter noted that the attorney general also refused to defend the ban, known as Proposition 8, in Walker’s court because he agreed with the two gay couples who sued to strike it down that it violated their civil rights. “Petitioner’s last-minute invocation of a constitutional crisis notwithstanding, the attorney general’s decision not to appeal in Perry v. Schwarzenegger from a judgment he agrees with is an ordinary and sound exercise of the discretion secured by law to his office,” Pachter wrote.

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Matt Groening once said the mark of The Guild is often sold as the a good animated character design is that only place to see “Indie” films it’s easily identifiable by its silhouette. around town, while other theaters This is true of the Simpson family, the just play blockbuster fodder for an Planet Express crew and every character easy buck. in “The Adventures of Prince Achmed.” Well, those people have nev“Achmed,” widely regarded as the er heard of the Southwest Film first full-length animated feature in Center. film history, tells the story of an Arabic Located in the basement of the prince who must fight an evil sorcerer to SUB, the film center, headed by stusave his sister, the woman he loves and dent Alexander Payne, strives to his father’s Caliphate. bring quality cinema to UNM that The action commences when the would otherwise go unwatched. wizard creates a magic, flying horse and “I want to take this education presents it to the emperor for his birthI have gotten at UNM and try to day celebration. The emperor offers the give it back to the film community wizard gold in exchange, but the wizard as whole,” Payne said. “This is a redeclines. The emperor then offers him ally excellent place to see films you any treasure in his kingdom. When the won’t see anywhere else and just for wizard pushes the king to assure him fun. Film should be fun.” that any treasure can be his, the emperAnd the student group does its or swears “by the Prophet’s beard” that best to reach that goal. any treasure is available. The wizard, of Recently, Payne screened “The course, chooses the emperor’s daughter, 400 Blows,” a defining entry in the and when her brother Prince Achmed French New Wave Movement. Later steps in to save her, the wizard puts this year, Payne and assistant manPhoto courtesy of The Adventure of Prince Achmed him on the flying horse, which carries ager Carly Weiner plan to show “Nicotine Bees,” a documentary about The striking silhouettes in “The Adventures of Prince Achmed” represented a great technological achievement at the time. The film, released him off to mystical lands, and the adventure is on, carrying the prince to nicotine-based pesticides and their in 1926, was the first full-length animated feature in theaters. battle with demons and an encounter effects on bees; “The Audio Visual with Aladdin and his genie. Show,” which features live music inFirst released in 1923, “Achmed” does not showcase Pixar-level animation. The film was terlaced with the film; and “Bride and Prejudice,” a Bollywood favorite. technologically impressive for its day, however, and the animation is frequently beautiful. All The aim is simple, Weiner said: Offer as much as variety as possible. characters are shown only in silhouette on sparse or non-existent backgrounds. “We usually show at least one documentary,” she said. “We show at least one current forThe silhouettes are artfully rendered. Director Lotte Reiniger designed a cohesive world with eign film, a classic, a cartoon — just whatever we can get hold of. We’re pretty eclectic, and I characters that come to life. think some people wished we showed more one genre than another. … But I feel like everyThe animation style may remind some of a less-colorful version of early South Park. The body can look at the schedule and find a movie they want to see.” characters were cut from paper and attached to strings, which the director pulled to animate Of course, that desire to spread film lore comes with a cost. The group is often mistaken for them. This style could come off as crude (and may, in fact, come off this way to some viewers the Mid Week Movies crowd, a different entity. spoiled by the wonders of modern animation) but is saved by rich character designs. The king, Payne, who has been going to the center since he was a child, said the process between the the prince, the princess, a witch, the wizard, Aladdin and various monsters are instantly recogtwo is radically different and based on the appeal of blockbuster films. nizable and each has a distinct style. A short scene where a court musician plays a flute is es“Most of their work is already done for them,” he said. “We have to advertise for a lot of unpecially incredible — the way his fingers dance over the flute will impress even the most jaded known films. We really want to define a separate identity from Mid Week.” modern animation fan. Weiner said the center’s biggest goal is to establish trust with its clientele. One drawback of the old-school animation is that the frequent fight scenes are “I feel people are like that with the Guild. Maybe someday people will be like, ‘I want to go unintentionally funny. This is easily forgivable, however, given the age of the film and the see what’s playing at the Southwest Film Center. I don’t know what the movie is about, but I

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trust these guys,’� she said. Weiner said most of their “regulars� are not a part of the UNM community. “We have been working really hard to get more of the student body interested,� she said. “We have found most people just don’t know about us. Once they find out us they are like, ‘Wow, that’s really cool. I had no idea that there was something like that on campus.’� That’s not to say the center isn’t growing. Payne said for the first time local producers and national filmmakers are contacting the center asking it to play their films, as was the case with “Nicotine bees.� Before, Payne and Weiner relied on calling producers who were difficult to get a hold of. “That hasn’t really been something that’s happened with the film center,� Payne said. “We are becoming more and more well-known.� Plus, the center has plenty of other amenities such as a reel-to-reel projector that allows for screening of vintage films that other theaters can’t compete with it. And the costconscious should note the $3 student tickets. “You can get out of here with popcorn, candy, soda and a ticket for less than the price of a ticket at Century (Theatres),� Weiner said.

beauty of the character designs. Animation fans are actually lucky to be able to see this movie at all. The original print of the film was destroyed during WWII, but a secondary print was recovered, missing the title cards. The recovered print was also in black and white, which meant during the restoration, the slides had to be re-colored and the title cards re-drawn, following instructions found alongside the print. The restoration is skillfully done, with interesting colors (one per scene, plus black for the characters, trees, etc.) lending a unique feel to each location the film takes place in. This film is rarely screened anywhere and is presented here by the Southwest Film Center in the SUB. The dialogue is sparse, of course — this being a silent film, it’s only expounded in title cards. The plot is basic, but that’s not really the point. The animation and the character designs are more than enough to carry the movie. “Achmed� points toward a bright future for the Southwest Film Center and is a worthy opening animated feature to its season.

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The Blackbird Buvette Happy Hour 4PM-8PM $3 Local Pints (Marble, Santa Fe, Tractor) $3.50 Single Shot Well Drinks Bringing Down The House - Vocal House w/ Mr Marvel -10pm The Library Bar & Grill HAPPY HOUR 4pm-7pm $3.00 U-Call-It’s Half Priced Appetizers $1.00 Tacos Olo Yogurt Studio NOW OPEN!! 3339 Central Av. NE; Suite C 505-718-4656 Open Sun-Thurs from 11am-10pm Open Fri $ Sat from 11am-11pm

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Sex and the City 2 Starts at: 3:30PM Location: SUB Theater Tickets are $2.00 for UNM Students, $2.50 for UNM Faculty/Staff, and $3.00 for the Public.

Anthropology Colloquia Starts at: 4:00PM Location: Hibben Center, Room 105 “Huichol Art and Culture: Balancing the World” A lecture and book signing by authors C. Jill Grady and Peter T. Furst. Republican Candidates Forum Starts at: 6:00pm Location: SUB: Room Lobo A & B Candidates John Sanchez, Tom Mullins and Antoinette Baca, will present positions, address issues, and answer your questions

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Buddhism is about quieting and focusing the mind rather than believing in a specific doctrine, Arneson said. She said Buddhist practices can help in all areas of life, including concentration in school. “This semester for me is a lot different. I can focus a lot more,” she said. “You can pay attention to your teachers without focusing on, ‘What do I have to do after this?’ or ‘What happened earlier today?’ You’re just there. You’re very present.” Dharma Association Vice President Adam Quintana said Buddhist practices help a person focus on the moment. “It helps me pay attention in school,” he said. “If you’re always thinking while the teacher’s talking, you’re not really paying attention to what they’re saying.” Quintana said Buddhist beliefs and practices are centered on meditation. “The entire philosophy of Buddhism is compacted into this one practice. … There is no stress when you’re in that state of mind,” he said. “We create peaceful emanations.” Meditation is the art of clearing the mind and paying attention to the present moment, said Chris Livingston, the group’s jikijitsu, or meditation leader. “It’s a lot about relaxation, actually. The point is to unclutter your mind to where it’s not busy and anxious all the time. You’re breathing, and your only focus is in and out breaths,” he said. “It’s kind of like yoga, but you’re not taking positions. We only take the traditional sitting position.” UNM students who frequented the Albuquerque Zen Center started the group, Arneson said. The center is on Garfield Avenue and Yale Boulevard. She said the group occasionally meets at the Zen Center, and the leaders of the center will lead meditations for the Student Dharma Association. The group will teach stressreducing meditation practices,

Arneson said. “I think the biggest thing we will be offering UNM students is the fact that it helps with stress relief, like to a ridiculous point,” she said. Some first-time meditators find it difficult to sit still for extended periods of time, Arneson said. “The biggest problem for people that are getting into meditation for the first time is the amount of time (you sit.) People can’t control their head for that long, which is sad,” she said. But the Dharma Association isn’t all silent meditation. It will also have social meetings for students to meet other likeminded people. Livingston said the basic meeting will consist of a “sit,” where members will sit and meditate for 20-30 minutes. But there’s more technique to meditation than simply sitting, he said. “There’s more of a discipline to it. It’s about clearing your mind of all thoughts. … And then it’s about not having an ego. Your sense of self is just an illusion,” he said. “The idea is to develop compassion for others.” Besides having more compassion and finding it easier to pay attention in school, Livingston has found at least one other benefit of meditation. “I’m really into playing guitar, and I noticed the meditation really helped with that,” he said. Want us to feature your on-campus religious group? E-mail Culture@dailylobo.com

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Critical Reading Workshop Starts at: 4:00PM Location: Dane Smith Hall, 317 We’ll explore reading techniques that can help students write better, engage in compelling conversations about what they read, and learn more.

Changeling the Lost Starts at: 8:00PM Location: SUB: Santa Ana A&B Play a character as part of White Wolf Publishing’s ongoing official worldwide chronicle. Please call Marco at 505 453 7825 for information/confirmation.

Women’s Veteran Group Starts at: 4:00PM Location: Women’s Resource Center Women’s Veteran Group is an opportunity to network and create a community for the women vets we have on campus. Alpha Pi Omega, Inc. Interest Meeting Starts at: 5:00PM Location: SUB Amigo Room All interested women are welcome.

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Huichol Art and Culture: Balancing The World Starts at: 4:00pm Location: Hibben Center 105 Local scholars C. Jill Grady and Peter Furst will discuss the spiritual practices and pilgrimages of the Huichol Indians of west central Mexico.

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Garage Sales MOVING SALE 9/11 8am-2pm. Everything must go! Moving to NY after getting laid off at UNM. Everything a college student needs: furniture, dishes, cook-ware, sporting and camping equipment, linens, books, CD’s and dvd’s. 13309 Mountain Rd. NE #607. CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE, Saturday, Sept. 11, 8 am -1 pm. Great “Back-toSchool” buys on clothing, linens, room decor, electronics, and much more. Central United Methodist Church, 201 University NE.

Vehicles For Sale 2001 YAMAHA VINO, 3550 miles, great condition, well maintained. $850.00/2389526. 2008 ROKETA 54250B Scooter $2000 o.b.o. 550 miles 719-232-5679 NEED CASH? WE Buy Junk Cars. 9076479

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Jobs On Campus ASUNM LOBBY DIRECTOR-ASUNM seeks an individual with understanding of New Mexico political structure and University needs to serve as the Lobby Director for 2010-2011. UNM Undergrad Applicants should apply in the ASUNM Office, SUB 1016 no later than 9/24. Questions call: 277-5528.

CONCEPTIONS SOUTHWEST, UNM’s Arts and Literary Magazines, is seeking volunteer staff members for the 20102011 issue. Currently, the magazine needs volunteers for the editorial staff, graphic designers, and a web consultant. This opportunity is a great resume builder and perfect for anyone interested in the field of publications. Contact Chris Quintana at chrisq6@gmail. com or 505-249-4990 for application information.

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